WikiLeaks Julian Assange Interview With Chuck Todd Discussing DNC Email Leaks…

Wikileaks is correct the #killary idiots are trying to divert this sabotage of Bernie and the American people away from what they did and onto who may or may not have done the hacking.

they are TRYING to spark a war with russia before the election.

How many ISIS attacks Europe has had since June? The results will shock you 

This year has seen an accelerating pattern of attacks linked to ISIS in Europe and beyond — from Turkey to Bangladesh, the United States to Indonesia. According to the group IntelCenter, which tracks acts of terrorism, there has been a significant attack directed or inspired by ISIS every 84 hours since June 8 in cities outside the war zones in Iraq, Syria, Sinai in Egypt and Libya. CNN’s own tracking of attacks supports that conclusion.

Source: CNN has calculated how many ISIS attacks Europe has had since June. The results will shock you | RedFlag News

The next president’s military: Here’s a comparison of the candidates’ priorities

But the Republican platform on military benefits is significantly more detailed. It supports a full military pay raise equal to the private sector’s average annual rise. It also decries Pentagon cuts to other benefits, proposals that many conservative lawmakers have reluctantly approved in recent years.

Get ready for America’s new $29 trillion debt, by Simon Black

Bear in mind that US debt is already $19+ trillion and climbing. The CBO sees at least another $10 trillion in debt in the coming years, and projects that the US budget deficit will increase every single year.

The evidence is already so clear.

Military retirement spending rose by 8.7% last year. Medicare costs were up 10%. Certain government employee benefit programs rose by 17%.

Overall mandatory outlays rose on average by 6.6%, three times faster than US GDP.

So essentially the US government’s spending growth is far outpacing US economic growth.

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see how dangerous this is.


The ideas that debt must someday be repaid, and that it can’t keep growing faster than the underlying income that will service it, are quaint notions that have no relevance it this day of brilliant central bankers and economic planners. From Simon Black at

According to Jacques Necker, everything was just fine.

The year was 1781, and Necker, France’s finance minister, had just published a report called Compte Rendu au Roi, an accounting of French public finances.

Necker’s report showed that, despite extraordinary public services and military spending, France had a net credit position of +10 million livres.

In other words, the country was in perfect fiscal health.

It turns out that Necker had cooked the books.

Rather than being 10 million on the positive side, France had racked up 520 million livres worth of debt and could no longer afford to pay interest.

France had spent decades accumulating…

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Solar energy facility planned for Oceana Naval Air Station | Local Military |

The Navy is partnering with Dominion Virginia Power to build a 21-megawatt solar facility on the Navy’s East Coast Master Jet Base. That’s enough energy to power about 2,100 homes

Source: Solar energy facility planned for Oceana Naval Air Station | Local Military |